The Nothing OS beta experience, which will be available on the first smartphone from Carl Pei’s firm of the same name, is now available for Android 11 and later devices.
From the end of April, this preview of the native operating system of what would be Nothing’s first’smartphone,’ phone (1), was available for download through Google Play Store for Samsung S21 and S22 series, as well as Google Pixel 5 and Pixel 6. The company then stated that it would soon be available on OnePlus smartphones.
Nothing has officially announced that the Nothing Launcher beta is now available for all Android devices running Android 11 and later versions, and can be downloaded from the Google Play Store.
Users who have previously downloaded their launcher will be able to access the current update of their beta, which includes new features and improvements, according to the business.
These include the addition of a new settings page when running Launcher for the first time, as well as the addition of the Launcher app icon on the home screen.
This version also offers an option in the Settings area for fast access to wallpapers and other ringtones, as well as the ability to change Nothing’s background.